"We have to regain the confidence of the electorate that we don't just say we stand for something different, but we really can effectively deliver," says Schneiderman.
In New York City, all politics is identity politics. New Yorkers vote for mayor Tuesday, and Bill de Blasio seems to be winning this game.
Anthony Weiner may be stealing the show, but he's hardly the only New York politician that's become engulfed in scandal over the last few months.
The glitziest state senate candidate tries to bar The Jewish Channel from covering her fundraiser after she didn't attend their debate.
Ostensibly related to accusations that the New York Post editor (Fred Dicker) sent photographers to harrass Paladino's 10-year-old daughter (who he had out of wedlock).